If you ever visited a toy store what do you
think you would see first? Some may say toys, but
if you would ask me, I would say children.
Here is a special poem about toy stores.
Bouncing balls and dancing dolls
All along the shelves
Crystal clocks & marble rocks
Twinkling in the windows
Shiny tops, plus little hops, tiny, tiny hands
Hoola hoops and sneaky whoops
Children playing loudly
Little boats with giant moats
Over in the corner
Puppet shows & instant fun grows with every try
Little toy shops & lolly pops
Yummy for every child
The toy store, that's where I go
Although, it's not quiet why it isn't even
slow it's the place with no courses the place
were you'll see me in the back playing with
all the pretty horses.
Goodbye for now